Tuesday, 22 April 2014

Oh how school holidays fly by...

April 22, 2014 2 Comments

If I'm honest, I haven't left the house all holiday.
I've been feeding my addiction to Doctor Who.
And... I'm pretty sure I'm satisfied.
It's pretty much ruined my social life.

All I've seemed to do is Sleep, Revise, Pop to Tesco, Revise, Town with mum, Revise, Bleach my hair, REVISE,Cinema with mum, REVISE, Sleep, REVISE, REVISE, REVISE.
I guess you get the idea. 

I'm scared of the idea I will be doing the first of my GCSE's in a couple of weeks. I struggle with the idea of being out of routine. 
At least right bang in the middle of May and June I have a wedding to attend. So my mum bought me the lovely red dress from New Look. A size six if you're nosy. It looks quite daring and the details are to die for. 

Myself, mum, sister and brother went to see Muppets: Most Wanted and I must say it was absolutely a let down. The first one is so much better. I was let down. You may like it if you choose to see it. I do advise that you don't set your expectations high.
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Tuesday, 8 April 2014

10 Things That Make Me Happy

April 08, 2014 2 Comments
1) The feeling of new socks on my feet.

2) Hearing one of my friends laugh.

3) That Cadbury Hoppy Bunny chocolate bar. Tastes amazing like 3 Wishes. Cannot resist any chocolate.

4) Having bright, bold, daring hair colours. The extremeness of coloured hair makes me happy!

5) Buying gifts for the people I love. I find it such fun but sometimes an inevitable task. 

6) Empty arena songs. They're so special. 

7) Milk bottle sweeties. I get so excited over them. I'm like an excitable child getting a new toy.

8) Pictures. Especially ones of me and my friends. Just started to make a collage wall of pictures that make me smile. So, on bad days I can smile so much it hurts.

9) Studying hard and achieving. Makes it all seem worthwhile and being successful is such a wonderful sensation.

10) Disney. I love pretty much all the Disney princesses. I want to be one so badly. Oh, and the movies make me cry like a baby.

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Thursday, 3 April 2014

Save The Blow Dry

April 03, 2014 0 Comments

 Today I was pleasantly surprised when I had noticed I'd had a lovely packaged addressed to me. It's kinda rare for me to get little parcels.

Truth be told I hate showering. Yes I do love showers but shampooing and conditioning is a bit of a chore. But, as I shower everyday I feel the constant need to wash my hair every time. Which of course isn't necessary.

Excuse the fall out :) 

My experience
I've had a really nice experience with the product and the colour is so cute. Sadly I had no photograph evidence which flatters this product. 
Now, I'm not one to use a shower cap because I don't believe they work. My hair seems to almost damp when I use one. However, this one is the exception the extra layer keeps your hair super dry. This is partly down to the towel keeping your hair dry as well as the two plastic layers. For this product to work to its best function use a hair treatment to give your hair the best love and attention it deserves. This shower cap is extra roomy for those with those with super long and lustrous hair. Evidently it was proven to be too large for my little head.
What I think

The quality is durable and the elastic is super soft and isn't scratchy on the head. This shower cap is amazing for it's quality. However, the worst thing about the product is the price. It's a hefty £14.95 but the quality is to die for. This product promises the protection of dryness unlike some of the cheaper brands on the high street. The pattern is so beyond cute - I love the usage of the hair tools as it's 'all about hair'. 

Where to buy?
This product is £14.95 and is a UK based company. With a small charge for shipping fees. Available online in pink and turquoise! 

This company is associated with Khandel Light - A charity helping people in India improve communities living in poverty. Providing lean water, basic hygiene and sanitation, decent housing, medical care and access to education (especially girls) which we should be grateful for in the UK. 

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